Ascent of Jebel Toubkal

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Isabel, Matt and Charlotte C are here to help give you the inside track.

Starting out from Imlil, the ascent of 13,671ft Jebel Toubkal is a non-technical climb that requires an overnight stay in a basic but comfortable refuge on route.

Original Travel can arrange for an expert guide to lead the ascent and book the refuge. Mules and local porters are also available for anyone wanting to turn this into a full blown operation, and on arrival at the summit, the views of the Atlas Mountains are suitably rewarding.

Then spend a few nights relaxing at one of the excellent lodges in the foothills, regaling anyone who will listen as to how you just knocked off North Africa's highest peak.

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